In my neighborhood in Herzlyia Pituach (Israel) I saw a stone wheel with a square hole inside. When I went to the Olive factory in Ashdod, called Moshav Bnei Darom I’ve got to know about the meaning of this stone they called it – “Get” or olive press. Long time ago olive oil was made by hand. I was very impressed to see how they really prepared olive oil in ancient times. Gethsemane garden in Jerusalem is a place whose name literally means “oil press”. The name is derived from the Aramaic ܓܕܣܡܢ (Gaṯ-Šmānê), meaning “oil press”. A garden of ancient olive trees stands there to this day. Jesus frequently went to Gethsemane with His disciples to pray (John 18:2). Close to Tel Aviv in Sarona there is a historic Olive Mill and press house – Beit HaBad. Templar building had served German born farmers to made olive oil from 1912 -1938. Israel is referred to in the book of Deuteronomy Chapter 8:7 as “A land of olives, oil, and honey”.